How will understanding personal competencies such as conventional, social, and realistic help to improve critical thinking skills?
Students who develop an even broader set of in-demand competencies—the ability to think critically about information, solve novel problems, communicate and collaborate, create new products and processes, [ and adapt to change—will be at an even greater advantage in work and life.
Applied skills and competencies can best be taught in the context of the academic curriculum, not as a replacement
for it or “add on” to it; in fact, cognitive research suggests that some competencies like critical thinking and problem solving are highly dependent on deep content knowledge and cannot be taught in isolation. .... ]
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